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Topic: Piracy Statistics

2018 Revulytics Software Piracy Statistics and Thoughts on the BSA Global Software Survey

BSA | The Software Alliance recently released its 2018 Global Software Survey and I thought it would be useful to review some of the findings and their implications for software vendors and end user organizations.

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Joseph Noonan  

|  June 07, 2018   |   Piracy Statistics

Top 20 Countries for Software Piracy and License Misuse (2017)

[UPDATE: Read our 2018 Report here] We analyzed aggregated Revulytics Compliance Intelligence data (the number of unique machines using unpaid software) as of March 2017 to identify the Top 20 countries using pirated or unlicensed software: 

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Michael Goff  

|  March 21, 2017   |   Global Piracy

Revulytics Compliance Intelligence: Enhance Data with Wi-Fi Geolocation

Software enabled with Revulytics Compliance Intelligence can capture specific geolocation data through Wi-Fi access points. This Wi-Fi geolocation data is now aggregated and displayed within embedded maps at the machine, domain and account levels, ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  March 15, 2017   |   Global Piracy

More Meaningful Software Piracy Statistics

“OK Michael, nice rant blog post about the BSA’s Global Software Survey, but how about you put your money where your mouth is and offer up some more meaningful piracy statistics of your own?” (Anonymous email from a blog reader)

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Michael Goff  

|  June 20, 2016   |   Software Piracy

The BSA Has Given Up On Piracy. Again.

Thoughts on the May 2016 BSA Global Software Survey Feel free to pregame for this blog post/rant by reading my response to the last global software study published by BSA | The Software Alliance in June 2014.

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Michael Goff  

|  June 08, 2016   |   Software Piracy
July 29, 2014 Software Piracy

The BSA Has Given Up On Piracy

Thoughts on the 2013 BSA Global Software Survey Can I be honest? I read and reread the latest report from BSA and I felt like something was missing. Why was I feeling this way? Was it the fact that we had to wait two years since the last report? Was ...

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Michael Goff  

|  July 29, 2014   |   Software Piracy
February 28, 2014 Software Piracy

Software Piracy Trends - February 2014

Each month we check in with a member of the V.i. Labs Piracy Investigation Team to see what trends they're seeing in software piracy. This month tells us about the impact Chinese New Year had on new piracy infringements. It’s no secret that piracy ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  February 28, 2014   |   Software Piracy

What's In It for ISVs? The BSA/IDC Global Software Piracy Study

The BSA released its Sixth Annual Global Piracy Study today and we issued our reaction to it.

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Michael Goff  

|  May 12, 2009   |   Software Piracy